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You Are Not Alone! Editorial - Occupied Haiti To be Vaccinated! Dessalines' Law and Ideals. An estimated , Western women have engaged in travel sex from to the present Although the term "sex tourism" usually conjures up planeloads of dirty old men flying to Bangkok, it is the opposite in Gambia. Gambia bound planes, according to a recent Reuters article, "regularly arrive with a high proportion of women traveling alone.
Peacekeepers accused of abuse in Haiti Fri Nov 2, 6: Asked about the specific allegations against the peacekeepers, Montas said they involved "transactional sex. Montas said Sri Lanka would take further action against those accused of abuse. So far Sri Lanka has said The United Nations largely ignored sexual exploitation by peacekeepers and other field staff for decades, launching a public crackdown only in recent years after reports of abuse surfaced in the Congo. But member nations have not agreed.
Sixteen Europeans charged over the alleged abduction of children sat in a dusty cell in eastern Chad yesterday, as a row escalated in France over the failure to prevent the operation. Nine French nationals, including six members of the charity Zoe's Ark and three journalists, were charged late Monday with "kidnapping minors" and "fraud" for attempting to fly the children from the Chad-Darfur border to France, prosecutors in the eastern town of Abeche said Europeans charged over child 'abductions' in Chad Published Date: October 31, , Kuwait Times.
Nine French nationals, including six members of the charity Zoe's Ark and three journalists, were charged late Monday with "kidnapping minors" and "fraud" for attempting to fly the children from the Chad-Darfur border to France, prosecutors in the eastern town of Abeche said. Seven Spanish aircraft crew and two Chadian nationals were charged with complicity.
Spain's foreign ministry said it "disagrees" with the charges and would seek the release of its nationals. An angry mob of several dozen people gathered outside the court house in Abeche, calling the Europeans "thieves, killers", and accusing former colonial power France of being an "accomplice". An AFP journalist saw the Europeans, in very low sprits, held in a single room in the Abeche court ahead of their transfer to N'Djamena. The French charity workers were wearing fireman's trousers and t-shirts marked "Children Rescue", the name of their operation.